About Michael Freeman

Michael W. Freeman is a veteran journalist, playwright and author. Born and raised in Fall River, Massachusetts, he has lived in Orlando since 2002. Michael has worked for some of Florida's largest newspapers, including The Orlando Sentinel. His original plays have draw strong audiences at the Orlando Fringe Festival. He is the author of the novels "Bloody Rabbit" and "Koby's New Home."

What is that upside down building? Wonder Works rides out a tough economy with new exhibits and a popular dinner show.

ORLANDO – If you’ve driven past Pointe Orlando, you’ve probably seen it plenty of times and know it as the “upside down” building. But outside of wondering if the property got ripped into the sky by a hurricane before it crashed back onto International Drive, have you ever stepped inside… Continue reading

Peruvian dancer comes to Orlando and finds her dream: Zumba!

ORLANDO – Noelia Heelam grew up in a neighborhood in Lima, Peru that struggled with a high poverty rate, and like many other immigrants, she dreamed often of life in the United States, a nation that provided opportunity for anyone willing to work hard while pursuing their dreams. “I come… Continue reading

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